Sponsors and Supporters

SEA is very grateful to have received 2010-2011 grant funding from the following foundations and partners:


SEA has worked with the following organizations:

Adventurous Spirit Kayaking
Antioch University
Coupeville School District
Edmonds Community CollegeLearn-n-serve Environmental Anthropology Field (LEAF) School
Edmonds School District
The Heritage Insititute
Heritage University
Island County 4-H Ropes Course
Island County Sheriff’s Office
Lake Washington School District’s Environmental and Adventure School
Nichols Brothers Boat Builders, Inc.
Northwest Workforce Development Council
One World Journeys
Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
People for Puget Sound
Puget Sound Water Quality Action Team
San Juan County Sheriff’s Office
Seattle Pacific University
Sedro Woolley School District
Seattle Public Schools
Skagit/Island Tech Prep Consortium
Sophia Christina Charters
South Whidbey Americorp
South Whidbey Community Engagement Center
South Whidbey Parks & Recreation
South Whidbey School District/Langley Middle School
South Whidbey Youth Connection
Swinomish Tribal Community
Team and Leaders Ropes Course
United States Coast Guard
United States Department of Education
United States Department of Labor
United States Forest Service Mt. Baker Ranger District
University of Washington Center for the Study of At-Risk Students
University of Washington Friday Harbor Research Laboratories
Upper Skagit Tribal Community
Washington Office of Superintendant of Public Instruction, Sustainable Design Project
Washington State Consortium of Contextual Teaching and Learning, University of Washington
Washington State Parks
Washington State Learn and Serve
Washington State Parks Boating Safety Program
Washington State University Island County Cooperative Extension/Beach Watchers/Waste Wise
Western Washington University Center for School, Family and University Partnerships
Workforce Development Council of Seattle-King County
Youth Opportunity Movement of Seattle King County

NOAA B-WET Watershed Education Participant Discussion

The NOAA B-WET Watershed Education Project has a forum open to all project participants on the WA Sustainability Education website.

The forum requires that you set up a new Ning Network account or use your current one. Ning accounts are free.

Visit the NOAA B-WET Watershed Education Participant Discussion.

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